WiFi Issue

Discussion in 'iPhone Discussion & Support' started by Glenna2003, Apr 22, 2008.

  1. Glenna2003

    Glenna2003 New Member

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    i have wi fi at home and have no problems with my lap top, but everytime i try to use it on my iphone it doesn't stay connected. the icon says i'm connected to wi fi, but as soon as i try to get on itunes, it says i must connect to a wi-fi network... i'm SO frustrated.. someone help me.:(
     
  2. bangarunaidu

    bangarunaidu Well-Known Member

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    once you connceted to your iPhone thru wife, can you able to browse thru safari?
     
  3. bangarunaidu

    bangarunaidu Well-Known Member

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    :) sorry it is wifi not wife hahahaha
     
  4. Glenna2003

    Glenna2003 New Member

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    i haven't tried to get on safari. i will try when i get home and reply.
     
  5. Glenna2003

    Glenna2003 New Member

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    i did try to get on safari at work via WiFi and it did work, so i'm going to assume that it's my home WiFi that is messed up... :(
     
  6. Glenna2003

    Glenna2003 New Member

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    ok, i also tried at home and it does the same thing with safari. it looks i'm connected via wifi and then it goes back to EDGE network. also i tried to jailbreak this thing and it it won't download the appsnapp, it goes to some blank page...
     
  7. bangarunaidu

    bangarunaidu Well-Known Member

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    Going to a blank page when try to install Installer on iPhone is a known issue. It means that you have already installed Installer, or not properly installed.
    But Jainbreaking your iphone may not be the solution, however, if you wanted to jailbreak your iphone use ziphone software ZiPhone's Blog, this is the best one to do jailbreak & unlock.